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Dr. Dan Spencer Elected 2nd Vice-President of COCSA

November 13, 2014 — Dr. Dan Spencer was elected as second vice-president of the Congress of Chiropractic State Associations (COCSA) at their annual convention on November 8th in New Orleans, Louisiana. Former U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Regina Benjamin was the… (Read more)

Mills Receives Quilt of Honor

November 6, 2014– This past winter, Quilts of Honor were being made for veterans across the nation by various quilting organizations and clubs. Surrounded by family and friends, George Mills, a resident of Hudson, was presented the Quilt of Honor… (Read more)

Free downtown wi-fi starts

October 30, 2014 — At the last meeting of the Hudson City Council, City Manager Steve Hartsel announced that free internet wi-fi services are now available in downtown Hudson as the result of an agreement with Free Global Wi-Fi and… (Read more)

Gov. Snyder lauds SMCSI

October 23, 2014 — Last Thursday afternoon Michigan Governor Rick Snyder toured Hudson’s Southern Michigan Center for Science and Industry, which opened last summer in the former M&S Manufacturing building on Hudson’s east side. The center is operated by Hudson… (Read more)

Audit shows city finances are stronger

October 16, 2014 — For fiscal year ending June 2014, the City saw “a major improvement in the overall position of the city,” according to independent auditor Phil Rubley. The general funds revenue was $1,491,662 with expenses of $1,532,579. After… (Read more)

Promedica relocation of Thorn Hospital announced

The Hudson City Council was informed at their meeting on Tuesday evening that Promedica has purchased the former United Bank and Trust Building (now Old National Bank) downtown. City Manager Steve Hartsel told the council that Promedica plans to move… (Read more)

Tigers have easy win over Dundee

October 2, 2014 — By Bill Mullaly The Hudson Tigers went on the road to Dundee Friday night and as expected easily vanquished the Vikings in a 56-0 blowout. Dundee was faced with injuries, players that quit the team and… (Read more)

School head count up

September 25, 2014 — The final numbers aren’t in yet, but at this point it appears that the number of students in Hudson Area Schools will increase by about thirty — twenty more than the school was projecting in their… (Read more)

Hudson rental rehab project is state’s largest

September 18, 2014 — Work will begin soon on rental property rehabilitation downtown, funded by a grant from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority. The grant, the largest awarded in the state, is in the amount of $514,493. Of this,… (Read more)

CSI ribbon cutting held

September 11, 2014 — Two years ago, the scene Tuesday morning at the former M&S building on M-34 on the east side of town would have been unimaginable: a broad variety of local dignitaries, visitors, students and regional media at… (Read more)